Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Recipe Review: Nigella's African Drumsticks

I wish I had a picture for you, but alas in the flurry of serving lunch as quickly as I possibly could a photo was not going to happen!

I used Nigella's recipe from page 46 of 'Nigella Kitchen'.  A simple marinade of wocestershire sauce, tomato sauce, mustard, ground ginger, jam and onion on chicken drumsticks made for a very delicious foundation for our Sunday lunch.  Along with jacket potatoes, fresh corn salad and a garden salad there were lots of happy people sitting at our table!

As much as I would love to post Nigella's recipe, I have a feeling I'm not allowed to.  Copyright laws and all that.  So.  Borrow the book from the library, get it from your favourite online bookstore, take a peek at a friend's copy.  However you do it, it's worth taking a wander through the pages of this hefty volume!  This recipe is a keeper at our place.


Anonymous said...

Sounds delish!


Left-Handed Housewife said...

Silly copyright laws! You're good to obey them, of course. The recipe does sound delicious, so I guess I'll have to check out the book!


Tracy said...

The whole book is worth it Frances ;)

But then, I am the Nigella obsessed one, so perhaps my opinion is slightly slanted!

Angela said...

the recipe is online here


Tracy said...

I've made that recipe too, Angela. The African drumsticks recipe is quite different though. :)

Anonymous said...

it is very delicious!
hmmmmm just ate it :)
heaven :) even my husband adores it :)
we ate it with just basmati rice, and god it is heaven :D